Prince Harry tells off young boy for pulling wife Meghan Markle’s hair

GETTYSlipping one leg over the over has been referred to as “the Sussex sit”

GETTYSlipping one leg over the over has been referred to as “the Sussex sit”

In a speech at the garden party, Harry said of his and Meghan's trip: "We're so pleased to be here, for our first official worldwide visit together as a married couple, and we hope it will be the first of many!".

Noone was quick to backtrack on her tweet as many pointed out members of the royal family are required to refrain from making political statements. That evening, she donned a black dress by Emilia Wickstead for a summer party at the British Ambassador's home at Glencairn House in Dublin.

Meghan Markle's now in the midst of perhaps her busiest week since she became the Duchess of Sussex on May 19.

Next came a bespoke Givenchy black trouser suit teamed with a white scoop neck T-shirt and killer heels, in which she gamely tottered over cobblestones and even attempted hurling.

Meghan Markle wore a design by Givenchy.

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In the morning, Duchess Meghan met Ireland President Michael Higgins in a taupe green Roland Mouret number, with her hair slicked back in a bun.

On day two of her Ireland trip, Meghan returned to one of her favorite styles: the boatneck dress. British troops opened fire on a crowd there almost a century ago, on a day known as Bloody Sunday during Ireland's War of Independence.

Meghan Markle looked absolutely stunning when she arrived in Dublin, Ireland on July 11, but if you look closely, you'll notice a bit of an imperfection about her look - she didn't unwrap her $550 purse completely! She reportedly said "Her dress is identical to one of our dresses".

Life for the The Duchess of Sussex has changed dramatically since she married Prince Harry at their Windsor wedding in May.

The Queen, whose husband's uncle was killed by an Irish nationalist bomb in 1979, offered powerful gestures of reconciliation during the hugely successful four-day trip made possible by a 1998 peace deal ending a paramilitary war against British rule of Northern Ireland. To kick off the tour, the Duke and Duchess delve into the abundant history of Ireland with a visit to a Gaelic Sports Festival, Trinity College and meeting the President of Ireland.

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